Conscious Genetics - Red Kachina



Red Kachina by Conscious Genetics is one of the new range of cultivars created by pollinating several keeper genetic hybrids from Conscious Genetics with their Pink Champagne Bx1 reversal. Red Kachina uses the mother cut of the Orange Cheesecake Bx1, which, when pollinated with the Pink Champagne Bx1, resulted in Conscious Genetics' most purple strain.

Both the Orange Cheesecake Bx1 and the Pink Champagne Bx1 are solid purple strains, and they've lent these deep purple traits to their offspring, with around 80% of the resulting progeny being a solid purple colour throughout. Red Kachina produces intensely tropical orange and citrus aromas undercut by an intense gassy musky effect from the Pink Champagne Bx1 reversal. Red Kachina is quite possibly the best example of purps meets terps due to their pure level of terpenes and complexity.

Red Kachina grows to a medium to tall plant with some legs; the yield is average to above average, and the flowering time ranges from 9 to 10 weeks.

Pink Champagne itself is a cross between Pink Lemonaide V2 and the Conscious Kush V1; meanwhile, the conscious Kush V1 is a cross of Guard Dawg x Blue Cookies x ODV3 x Sunset Sherbert. This stunning star lineup has resulted in a frosty, purple-tinged hybrid.

Due to UK legislation and requirements from our payment processor we are no longer able to provide detailed information regarding these seeds. Please look on the breeders website for more details.

These descriptions are pulled from various sources (usually directly from the breeder) and were written in regions where activities such as germination, propagation and consumption are permitted. Descriptions are for informational purposes only, their inclusion here must not be construed as advice or encouragement regarding germination, consumption, expected benefits, effects or any other claims or statements. All seeds are sold for novelty or souvenir purposes and must never be germinated.

GeneticsOrange Cheesecake Bx1 x Pink Champagne Bx1
Flowering TypePhotoperiod

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